Let me just say that I did not know the end! Angels, demons, mystics, betrayal, true love, 1940s Chicago… this little book is jam packed with adventure and mystery and had me waiting with bated breath until the very last line.
The surviving ladies of your favorite teen slasher movies are all grown up and are still figuring out how to go on living. Navigating super fans, bad-guy sympathizers, and each other is a daily battle in group therapy and everything has suddenly gotten worse. Kitschy, fun, and satisfyingly twisty with a wildly unreliable narrator, The Final Girl Support Group embodies everything that is wonderful about the thriller films of decades past.
I admit it: I’m one of *those* true crime girls and I find cults wildly fascinating. So, imagine how thrilled I was when I learned the producer of one of my favorite podcasts, Cults, was writing a book! Diving into the mainstream, like Heaven’s Gate and the People’s Temple, as well as those bizarre sects of spiritualism that I really just can’t believe anyone fell for, Cutler’s book is well researched, well organized, and, well, one heck of a ride.